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Once Again, Just What IS The Future Of Music?

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Getting Trashed

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Study: Narcissism On Rise In Pop Lyrics

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Phoebe Snow, 'Poetry Man' Singer, Has Died

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Composer Collecting When Stadiums Scream 'Charge'

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